Considering iOS 11 Beta 9 has been released three days after the Beta 8, there must have been some pretty big bugs which required a fast reaction from Apple. The new update is available for developers and those who like to risk all the issues encountered in betas.
Users can get the iOS 11 Beta 9 for their iPhones, iPads, iPod touch from the over the air installation or by downloading it from the Apple developer website.
Why Did the iOS 11 Beta 9 Was so Quickly Released?
One of the reasons why the iOS 11 Beta 9 has seen such a fast release could be because it had a lot of users, public and developers who tested the platform and gave Apple a lot of feedback on bugs and other issues.
Apple also released an official “Notes and Known Issues” for the latest beta, featuring a long and detailed list with resolved and known issues. They range from general things to 32 bit Apps, 3rd party Apps, App Store, Bluetooth, Calendar, Connectivity, Control Center, Files App, iBooks, iTunes, Maps, Media, Networking, Photos, Security, Setup Assistant, Siri, Touch ID, Vision and hundreds more issues which have either been solved or are still there and they’re working on it.
The list shows the public that Apple has amazing teams which work a lot on order to have their platform running as soon as they’re launching their new iPhone.
Do you Have the Right Apple Device for the iOS 11 Beta 9?
The new beta is available for a lot of devices including: iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 and their three respective Plus versions, iPhone SE, iPhone 5s, iPad Pro 2nd generation (12.9 – inch version), iPad Pro 1st generation (12.9 – inch version), iPad Pro (10 – inch and 9.7 – inch versions), iPad Air 2 and iPad Air, iPad 5th generation, iPad mini 4, mini 3 and mini 2 and iPod touch 6th generation.